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Dartmouth College has hired Callie Browson as their offensive quality control coach, making her the first Division I college full-time female coach. A former player for the Women's Football Alliance for the D.C. Divas, Browson hopes that this historic moment will inspire other women to believe they have a place in football.
There is an increase of female-driven dystopian fiction currently hitting bookshelves. These futuristic works raise difficult questions about gender inequality, misogyny and violence against women. They tackle the erosion of reproductive rights and the frustrations many women are feeling in America regarding the potentially extreme consequences of institutionalized sexism.
The Pew Research Center is reporting that 63 percent of women disapprove of how President Donald Trump is doing his job — compared with 30 percent who approve. This has given rise to more Independent and Democratic women running for office, but what about Republican women?
Even though more women than ever before are pursuing science in higher education and graduating with advanced degrees in STEM fields, they represent just 29 percent of the world’s researchers. In honor of International Day of the Girl, Australia’s SBS News highlights young, female computer scientists and mathematicians from across the world.
From practicing mentorship to supporting metrics for accountability, Shelley Zalis, CEO of the Female Quotient, shares various ways that everyone can help support and advocate for the world’s 1.1 billion girls on International Day of the Girl.
Read the inspiring words and experiences from stars like Kerry Washington and Lady Gaga, who have spoken out to increase awareness and education about mental health in America.